Shanghai International Convention Center; overview at sunset; 1999 | Shanghai, China | Image and original data provided by ART on FILE, artonfile.com
We heard you loud and clear and we are extending the deadline to this year’s ARTstor Travel Awards competition until Tuesday, May 28 (the day after Memorial Day Weekend)!
That means you still have two weeks to create an ARTstor image group or groups and a single essay of 500 words or less that creatively introduces us to a city or cities we did not know or reveals an intriguing aspect of the cities we do know.
Five applicants will win $1,500 each to help support educational and scholarly travel activities (such as flying to a conference). College and graduate students, scholars, curators, educators, and librarians in any field associated with institutions that subscribe to the ARTstor Digital Library are eligible to apply.
Learn more at artstor.org/travelawards.
To view the complete image groups for the Travel Awards-winning essays, visit the ARTstor Digital Library’s Featured Groups and click on Travel Awards.
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The Conference on Instruction and Technology (SUNY CIT) Conference
May 21-24, 2013
SUNY Institute of Technology, GPS – 5701 Horatio St., Utica, NY
Drop by our booth and meet Rebecca Shows, Implementation Manager, and Sian Evans, Sr. Library Relations, to learn about Shared Shelf, ARTstor’s media management software.
More details at the SUNY CIT Conference website.
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David Heald, photographer | Frank Gehry: Architect | May 18 – September 4, 2001 | Photograph: © 2012 The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
The ARTstor Digital Library and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation have collaborated to share nearly 5,500 installation views spanning from 1990’s to the present from the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
The images in this release include documentation of seminal exhibitions such as: Ellsworth Kelly: A Retrospective; The Worlds of Nam June Paik; James Rosenquist: A Retrospective; Matthew Barney: The Cremaster Cycle; and Kandinsky.
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